The ASA has tightened up codes to stop the sexualisation of children under 18. A welcome move.
But their refusal to kick porn and sex ads out of newspapers highlights some very confused thinking. Apparently it is not an issue of child protection to expose underage children in the most mainstream manner possible to sexualised messages about young women (often barely over 18) or totally inappropriate industries, like prostitution!
Tell the ASA what you think: